Best Dentists in Salt Lake City, UT

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465

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Best In City - Total Dentist and Office
509

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Best Dentists in Salt Lake City, UT

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Best Offices in Salt Lake City, UT

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Recent Reviews in Salt Lake City, UT

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Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Hal Pollock, DDS

Dr. Pollock is an ethical professional, attuned to his patron. I am always very satisfied after my appointments. Thank you, Dr. Hal and staff .

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

knowlton david k

I cant express with words what I had experiance with staff . Lets start off by saying the receptionist is lucky to even have a job with her snotty rudeness . She had the worst attitude and personality was somewhat educationa level of a high school student . She treated me like some kind of criminal uninsured . The staff I have no idea if they felt too comfortable because I was hispanic , but they had a student do the x-ray and dropping the equipment on the ground multiple times and laughing as if it was an amusement park . If you are reading this please RUN someplace else , they are a lot of amazing dentist facility , clean , and with motivational staff . The building there looks like a janitor area and staff is so unprofessional , but I am guessing they are paying them a low income to work there so it must sute the facility . Good Riddings I will not ever return and make my dental experiance as miserable as they made it to be . The receptionist was rude from the day one , I cal.

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

knowlton david k

I cant express with words what I had experiance with staff . Lets start off by saying the receptionist is lucky to even have a job with her snotty rudeness . As If I was there for some sort of prison obligation . The staff I have no idea if they felt too comfortable because I was hispanic , but they had a student do the x-ray and dropping the equipment on the ground multiple times and laughing as if it was an amusement park . If you are reading this please RUN someplace else , they are a lot of amazing dentist facility , clean , and with motivational staff . The building there looks like a janitor area and staff is so unprofessional , but I am guessing they are paying them a low income to work there so it must sute the facility . Good Riddings I will not ever return and make my dental experiance as miserable as they made it to be . The receptionist was rude from the day one , I called to set an appt and lied to me that my insurance will cover the x-ray 100% when I was not even d.

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

rugged rental inc

TERRIBLE SERVICE!!! – Poor customer service, ripped off on sales and rentals, don't show care for their products. Sorry but go somewhere else..

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Devin Orvin, DDS

Dt. Loosli is the type of kind and gentle dentist we're all looking for. He's great with my kids too!.

Best Dentist In City - Dr. Kalpana Kaveti, DMD

Dr. Devin Orvin, DDS

My first experience with them was when I had a long, lingering cold. Figuring it might be a repeat of an abscess I had years prior, I went into check that out and if that was the case, to get a scrip for some amoxi and then schedule a time for more agony. After a few x-rays, the doctor quickly confirmed that wasn't the case and we talked about a time to do some further work, which I quickly forgot about and never scheduled. Teeth are somewhat of my own nemesis and a good half the time or more, I think there should be a law of some kind, particularly if they get achy and otherwise disintegrate due to the actions of some very inconsiderate bacteria voiding themselves to and fro, hither and yon in there. Then there is the times when the teeth will not necessarily be rotten, but will be structurally weakened enough to shatter, such as one did on me at work some years ago. So, I needed a immediate visit and I was able to get in fast and get a temporary filling that was to last a couple weeks, the plan being that I would come in at that time and get a cap or crown or something fitted, I forget which now.The temporary filling wound up going a good 5 to 6 years, though in hindsight, I probably should have gotten it fixed fully before continuing to use it normally as I did, which eventually drove the temporary filling further into the tooth and cracked it to the point where it was not repairable. Whooops. Still, the demeanor of this dentist was pretty good and there's no question he does good work. The technology wasn't as up to date as quite a few of the other offices I'd been in (can't say for sure about now) and the front office staff was kind of a pain to deal with, but the dentist and assistants were on the money..

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